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Welcome to Your House!

Welcome to Your House!

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Welcome to Your House!

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  1. Welcome to Your House! Ownership in the Bailey House System

  2. The Bailey Houses ALTRUISMO AMISTAD ISIBINDI REVEUR

  3. ALTRUISMO • Means “to give” in Portuguese • Seek to give more than to receive • Are kind and generous • Display wisdom and intelligence

  4. AMISTAD • Means “friendship” in Spanish • Seek new friends and promote kindness • Are protective to those we love • Display Wisdom

  5. ISIBINDI • Means “courage” in Zulu • Seek challenges and meet them head-on • Are powerful and courageous • Display strength and restraint

  6. REVEUR • Means “dreamer” in French • Seek to reach their goals • Are passionate and artistic • Display a competitive nature

  7. Our Plan for Success! Bailey’s Best 8

  8. Be respectful • Use manners, actions as well as words • Use Please and Thank you • Keep your hands to yourself • Be mindful of personal space • Hold the door open for others • Smile and greet everyone you encounter

  9. Be accountable • Be on time and be prepared • Complete assignments in a timely manner and adhere to deadlines • Take ownership of your own actions • Track your own progress • Follow district policies, school policies and Bailey’s Best 8

  10. Be attentive and make eye contact • S/L/A/N/T • Verbal and written responses need to be  in complete sentences • Stand and look at audience when you are speaking

  11. Be gritty • Push through tough situations • Welcome mistakes • Learn from failure  • Never give up • Take risks  • Embrace challenges

  12. Be encouraging  and praise others • Be positive throughout the day and focus on the good • Be a motivator • Be a good sport win or lose • Give positive feedback • Be open to others’ ideas

  13. Be proud of your environment • Keep the campus and classrooms clean of litter/trash • Respect equipment/materials • Report messes that require custodial assistance

  14. Be aware of how you address others • Use appropriate titles with last names “Mr./Ms./Dr.”  • Use “Mr./Ms.” or “Sir/Ma’am” if you are unsure of the name • Use first names when addressing peers • Watch your tone when addressing others • When responding to an adult, use “Yes Mr./Ms.”

  15. Be your Best! • Always give 100% • Believe you can do anything